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Shared tables and communal kombucha taps are making a comeback as the pandemic winds down. Also on today's show: Streaming platforms are spending big bucks to keep you on your couch this summer.
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"Marketplace" host Kai Ryssdal speaks with Sudeep Reddy of Politico and Ana Swanson of the New York Times about Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen and Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell’s comments before Congress, the state of the economic recovery, and the rest of this week’s news for the Weekly Wrap.
WeWork is merging with a special purpose acquisition company, hitting the stock market in a way that might be less costly and less risky.
Remote workers might be looking for an escape, and companies are ready to experiment.
The Congressional Review Act gives them the power to do so, but it also limits regulators' options in the future.
Big deals for theatrical releases and team sports are upping the competition for audiences.
Dogs returning to pet-care facilities are acting differently than before the pandemic.